"Bowser's House Fire!" is the 118th video of SML Movies.


Bowser Junior shouldn't have played with fire! Bowser's family has to move to a new place!


Bowser Junior is watching Doofy the Dragon turn himself into a human birthday candle by pouring gasoline on himself and lighting himself up with a match, thus burning to death.

Junior, being the idiot that he is, goes to Chef Pee Pee to get a match. Chef Pee Pee refuses to give Junior a match, because playing with matches is a bad idea, so Junior makes him light a candle instead. Junior takes the candle into his room so he can admire it.

Chef Pee Pee accidentally spills the Macaroni for dinner all over the stove just as Bowser comes in feeling hungry. Disgusted about the Macaroni, he asks Chef Pee Pee to take him to McDonald's and asks Junior if he wants to comes as well. Junior says "Yes, I do!!!", and happily comes along, unaware that he left the candle on his bed.

The 3 guys drive to McDonald's, where Bowser orders a Big Mac, while Junior orders a Happy Meal. When they get home, they are horrified to see the house on fire.

The Brooklyn Guy tries to put it out with the garden hose, and when Junior and Chef Pee Pee come and tell him about it, he angrily says that he doesn't have a fire truck, a Dalmatian, a team or anything else, that he only has a black car next to the burning house, and that he is using their garden hose. Realizing that Thomas is still in the burning house, Junior desperately goes in to save him, which he does.

What Junior didn't realize was that Elmo, The Ugly Red One, Doc McStuffins and other of his toy friends were burning in the house too and he was too late to save them, and their souls were already in Heaven.

Junior and Chef Pee Pee are depressed because the house is burnt. The Brooklyn Guy comes out and finds the candle that Junior left on the bed. When they get in the car, Chef Pee Pee, furious that Junior left the candle unattended, beats him up.

Bowser, Junior, and Chef Pee Pee are forced to live somewhere else until the house is fixed. The Brooklyn Guy takes the trio to their new home.

Later that day, they look around their new home and see red couches and a painting of flowers in the living room, which the Brooklyn Guy painted. They go to the kitchen, which a little small, and the dining room.

They go to Junior's room, and since Junior loves Thomas, his bed has Thomas on it, and he gets excited. Junior stays in his new room, while the rest head to Bowser's room, where he watches Charleyyy and Friends. Chef Pee Pee is forced to sleep on the couch and use the walk-in closet as his room, much to his disappointment.

After Chef Pee Pee takes the Brooklyn Guy out of his new home, he comes to the kitchen, where Junior says he's hungry, causing Chef Pee Pee to angrily tell him to leave.



  • The picture in Junior's room is the same picture from Bowser Junior Goes To The Fair!
  • This is the first episode that uses the new Bowser plush, as Logan lost the old one.
  • This is the first time a building burns down. The second and third times are in Bowser Junior's 1st Grade! Part 5, and in Chef Pee Pee Quits! Part 6.
    • This is also the first time that Junior burns down a building.
  • Because Logan and the staff were moving out, he had an idea for this movie and made it before they moved into the apartment.
  • This is the final video in which Logan's old house is seen. In SML videos, it was used since Super Mario Got Milk, which was made in 2007 and was Logan's first video.
  • This is the first time Chef Pee Pee beats Bowser Junior up. The second is Bowser Junior's Broken Leg and the third is Bowser Junior's YouTube Channel.
  • Bowser explains his memories of him and Charleyyy and Friends, his favourite show ever.
  • This is the first move- out video. Second is The Koopalings! 2


  • At 6:37, Chris's face is shown.
  • At 5:30, Lovell's face is shown.
  • When at the McDonalds part, Bowser is seen driving a little bit.


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